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|1.||"Rules" (feat Omar) (3:12)|
|2.||"You Know Who You Are" (4:51)|
|3.||"Darker Than The Blue" (feat Omar) (3:20)|
|4.||"Rivers Of Blood" (5:33)|
|5.||"In Another Time" (feat Omar) (3:18)|
|1.||"The Morning After The Night Before" (4:52)|
|2.||"A Change Is Sure To Come" (4:26)|
|3.||"How Many More" (6:28)|
|4.||"Butterfly" (feat Omar) (3:57)|
|5.||"A Word To The Wise" (1:16)|
Few have done more to popularize British jazz than Courtney Pine. Since bursting onto the scene 30 years ago, he's delivered a swathe of fine albums, many of which have crossed over into the mainstream. His latest full-length excursion, Black Notes From The Deep, has the potential to be big, too. As well as including a range of traditionalist jazz compositions - most of which are laidback and put Pine's mazy sax solos front and centre - the album boasts fusion tracks inspired by hip-hop and broken beat. Old friend and long-serving British soul man Omar makes a number of guest appearances, with the snappy, beautiful and breakbeat-driven cover of Herbie Hancock's "Butterfly" standing out.
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